Availability: World except Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Kosovo, Northern Macedonia, Serbia and Germany / Subtitles: Eng
In the winter of 1991, twelve-year-old Serbian girl Aleksandra Zec was killed. Despite being known to the public, the perpetrators were never sentenced for the crime. A quarter of a century later, theatre director Oliver Frljić is making a play about the Zec case. The process brings to the surface hidden traumas, turning the rehearsals into collective psychotherapy.
Nebojša Slijepčević has directed numerous creative documentaries (Srbenka, Gangster of Love, Something about Life, Real Man’s Film, In 4 Years, Of Cows and People…). His films have been awarded at many international festivals, including four awards at Sarajevo Film Festival.